The deputy president of Kenya him. William Ruto today took his campaigns to Meet county central region where first attended a church service at the I.C.P.C.A. at St. Loret angein church Timau,Buuri constituency Meru county.
The deputy president deputy president later acknowledged greeting from Timau residents where the deputy president drummed support for the United Democratic Alliance. The newly formed political party that he is using current after decampating from the ruling party the Jubilee party.
The deputy also had the opportunity to campaign for his bottom up economic model that he says is the only solution to the current problems we are facing as a nation.
The deputy also assures the hustler nation of forming the next government in the forth coming general elections.
However,it's interesting to note that in his tour to Meru county,the deputy president missed key central leaders allied to the "tanga Tanga" or the UDA party,which is raising alot of concerns concerning the fate of UDA party in the region.
Among the key missing ledears includes; James Gakuyo of Embakasi North, Alice Wahome of Kandara,George Kariuki of Ndia,Kimani Ichung'wah of Kikuyu,Gathoni wa Muchoma women representative Kiambu,Isaac Mwaura former nominated,Rigathi Gachagwa of Mathira,Catherine Wanjiku of laikipia,Ferdinand Waititu finer governor Kiambu,William Kabogo former governor kiambu,Kanga'tta Irungu senator Muranga and Ann Waiguru of Kirinyagah who recently hinted that she might join UDA.
Most of these top leaders have been accompanying the deputy president in most of his tours whether in the rental region or outside.The deputy president was accompanied to leader monlng others,Magathi Rindikiri,Mithika Linturi,Kubai Iringo,John Matunga,Moses Kirima among others.
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